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Elisabeth Hasselbeck Debuts on ‘Fox & Friends’

“Fox & Friends,” the No. 1 cable news channel morning show since Nov. 2001, saw its first significant change in 7 years. Elisabeth Hasselbeck, who survived “Survivor” and “The View” joined Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade this morning.

Hasselbeck got a welcome from Regis Philbin, a cake from Carlo’s, she did Zumba with Sean Hannity and got a visit from, naturally, Donald Trump. The show also got a new set. (See the construction video after the jump).

Hasselbeck replaces Gretchen Carlson on the couch. Carlson had been F&F co-host since 2006. She’s now going to anchor part of FNC’s dayside lineup.

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Elisabeth Hasselbeck: ‘We Can’t Wait to Have Nothin’ But a Good Time’

Fox News has a new “insider” video featuring Elisabeth Hasselbeck who debuts Monday on “Fox & Friends” alongside Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy. “Joining the Fox News family is the equivalent of growing up as a Boston Red Sox fan or a Yankees fan and then being asked to play for the team,” says Hasselbeck.

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Shepard Smith, Gretchen Carlson Prepare for New Fox News Roles

Shepard Smith and Gretchen Carlson are saying goodbye to their respective shows as they prepare for new roles at Fox News. Anchoring his last “Fox Report,” last night, Smith said his new role as the network’s primary breaking news anchor is “the most exciting new venture of my career.” Watch:


And this morning on “Fox & Friends,” Carlson — who is set to move to daytime — looked back at her seven years with Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade and said an emotional thank you to the team of people that she’s worked with on the morning show. Watch: Read more

Elisabeth Hasselbeck To Make ‘Fox & Friends’ Debut September 16

Fox News will launch its rebooted “Fox & Friends” morning program on Monday, September 16, the channel says.

Elisabeth Hasselbeck will join Steve Doocy and Brian Kilmeade that day, along with a brand new set. Hasselbeck left ABC’s “The View” in July, and announced that she would be joining the Fox News morning show to replace Gretchen Carlson, who will be getting her own news program in the afternoon. Hasselbeck had been with “The View” since 2003.

She joins a morning program that has led its cable competition consistently for almost 12 years straight, although it is not as widely-watched as the network morning programs. Hasselbeck brings network experience and a big brand name to a program that previously relied heavily on in-house talent. Doocy and Kilmeade have been with the show since it launched.

As it happens, “Fox & Friends” will debut its new set just a week after NBC’s “Today” refreshes its own set.

Details, below.
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Brian Kilmeade’s Errant Basketball Throw Lives On In Toddler’s Nightmares

A month ago, “Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade threw a basketball in a toddler’s face.

It wasn’t intentional, but it sparked a storm of controversy. The child, “Trick Shot” Titus Ashby, just wasn’t the same. As a new YouTube video posted by the boy’s father shows, he has had to overcome a lot since the Kilmeade incident.

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The YouTube video actually got some play on “Fox & Friends.” Watch their reaction here.

Brian Kilmeade’s Citi Field Adventures

As we noted yesterday, Fox News host Brian Kilmeade played in the celebrity softball game on Sunday, leading up to Fox’s airing of the MLB All Star Game tonight.

The softball game itself aired on ESPN last night alongside the Home Run Derby, with former Mets great Mike Piazza and the “national league” topping Kilmeade and the “american league” 8-5.

Of course, it was all for charity, and people came for the atmosphere. Kilmeade recounts his Sunday on “Fox & Friends” this morning, including an encounter with a pint-sized fan who may have seen the now-infamous basketball incident.

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Fox News Goes Big To Promote MLB All Star Game On Sister Network Fox

Tomorrow evening the MLB All Star Game will be played on Fox, and sister channel Fox News has been making sure to take advantage of the exclusive access.

Shepard Smith is anchoring “Studio B” and “Fox Report” from Citi Field in Queens today and tomorrow. He interviewed Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen today about being an All Star. “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade played in the All Star celebrity softball game yesterday (video after the jump), and is also hosting from Citi Field, while meteorologist Maria Molina ran in MLB’s charity 5K on Saturday.

In addition, as we noted earlier, there is a batting cage set up not far from the “Fox & Friends” studio outside the News Corp. building, where passersby can take a few swings.
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Fox Fan Weekend at Yankee Stadium

About 1,000 Fox News fans are heading to Yankee Stadium this weekend for Fox Fan Weekend, an annual tradition that the network has expanded to two days this year.  The event, which has been held in past years at Citi Field, gives 1,000 Fox News fans a chance to see the New York Yankees vs. the Minnesota Twins. Fox News talent Tucker CarlsonSteve Doocy, Brian Kilmeade, Gretchen Carlson, Patti Ann Browne, Maria Molina, Heather Nauert and Peter Johnson Jr. will also be attending.

Chris Wallace to Brian Kilmeade: ‘How Do You Live With Yourself?’ After Toddler Incident

Fox News anchor Chris Wallace called into “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade‘s radio show. The only topic of conversation: Kilmeade’s errant basketball pass, which smacked two-year old Titus Ashby in the face, causing him to break down and cry.

“How do you live with yourself? I mean, how do you get up in the morning and look at yourself in the mirror?” Wallace asked Kilmeade incredulously. “You threw the ball straight into his face, and the two-year old burst into tears.”

Kilmeade proceeded to read from an email he received from Fox News executive VP of news Michael Clemente regarding the incident.

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Brian Kilmeade Throws Basketball in Toddler’s Face

It was a very Summer Thursday for the morning shows. NBC’s “Today” had a synergistic Summer camp segment, and Jeff Pegues made his debut on “CBS This Morning” with a story on Hillary Clinton. On “Fox & Friends” however, one segment went terribly awry.

Co-host Brian Kilmeade was shooting hoops with toddler basketball sensation Titus Ashby (a TV regular over the last few months), when an errant pass hit the young boy in the face, causing him to cry and hop into his father’s arms.

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The after show was dedicated to analyzing Kilmeade’s throw, with criminal defense attorney and Fox News contributor Arthur Aidala calling in to explain that Kilmeade would come to regret his errant pass, as the crime scene was recreated.

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